Pork and apple juices mingle beautifully and make a lovely sauce for the chops and cheesy polenta.
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For even creamier polenta, replace 1 cup of the milk with heavy cream.
Quite yummy and easy to make. I used heirloom Idared apples, nice and tart and held their shape well.
I used bone-in pork chops and granny smith apple. I also mistakenly used apple cider vinegar instead of apple cider. But it turns out great!!! I will definitely make this again and again, maybe try to use apple cider too as the original recipe. But I'm super happy with the mistake and I have a feeling I will like this version more
This was super easy and totally delicious.
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